Luke Million Returns With Full-Length Version Of Viral ‘Stranger Things’ Cover
Adelaide producer and Stranger Things fan Luke Million has heard the internet’s calls for more Stranger Things goodness, so he’s released a full-length cover of the show’s synth-lovin’ theme song after running up over three million views on his first effort in under a week.
Million’s full-length remake of the Netflix show’s arpeggiated theme (originally by Austin outfit S U R V I V E) is titled The Upside Down Remix, and sees the producer gather his family of synths and drum machines for some spacey fun times.
“Totally overwhelmed by the support for my ‘Stranger Things’ video,” Millions has told Fans on Facebook.
“After loads of requests, I put together this extended version for you. Big shout out to the S U R V I V E guys who made the amazing score for the show.”
Million’s take on the Stranger Things theme is available to stream below, and will soon be heading to music streaming services like Spotify.
Million is set to perform at Southbound Festival later this year, and is working towards the release of an EP after supposedly spending time in the studio with the likes of Sam Sparro, Ryan Lewis, James Crooks, Hayden James and Touch Sensitive.
Elsewhere in the world of Stranger Things universe, the show’s A+ friend Barb Holland has inspired her own A+ tribute song, while it turns out that the show’s Joe Keery, who plays Nancy Wheeler’s love interest Steve Harrington, is in a psych band which sounds quite a bit like early Tame Impala.
Catch Luke Million’s cover of the Stranger Things theme song alongside the original, below.